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An early 18th century English walnut tallboy chest of three small and six graduated long drawers with a central brushing slide and fitted with brass drop handles and lock plates throughout; the upper part with moulded and slightly concave cornice and fluted and canted pilasters; the lower part with bracket feet and the bottom drawer with a slightly concave centre inlaid with a "setting sun" - 39in. wide; 72in. high.

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

An early 18th century English walnut tallboy chest of three small and six graduated long drawers with a central brushing slide and fitted with brass drop handles and lock plates throughout; the upper part with moulded and slightly concave cornice and fluted and canted pilasters; the lower part with bracket feet and the bottom drawer with a slightly concave centre inlaid with a "setting sun" - 39in. wide; 72in. high.

ID:  53158

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Region Unknown

The item may be seen at Great Dixter House, Northiam, Rye, East Sussex at all times when it is open to the public.